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Achaemenides, adventures of,
story of,

Dry. 6 : 28
Achelous and Hercules

Gay 1: 311 his horn facred to plenty,

Gay 1: 315 Acheron, flaming gulf,

Pope od. 3 : 271 Acheson to the Dean,

Swift 2 : 159 's, Dean át,

Swift 2 : 54 Achillas pierc'd Pompey's breast, partner-ruffian, in Pompey's fall,

Hugbes 303 - meets his just fate,

Hughes 311 Achilles, swift-footed son of Peleus,

Pbil. 18 wrath, spring of woes to Greece, Pope il. 1 : 37 such was the will of Jove,

Pope il. 1 : 37 the fierce, the fearless, and the brave, Pope il. 1 : 77 knows no fears,

Pope il. 2 : 101 launced fifty vessels for Ilion's shore, Pope il. 2:106 who can match, must be more than man, Pope il. 2: 320 that iron-heart, inflexibly severe, Pope il. 2 : 328 a lion, not a man.

Pope il. 2: 328 Daughters wide in impotence of pride, Pope il. 2: 328 flower of war,

Fent. 268 Thield and bulwark of the Grecian host, pride of Greece, and bulwark of our host, Pope il. 1:49 full fifty thips commands,

Pope il. 1: 94 entertains the Grecian embassy, Pope il. 1 : 274 rejects their proposal,

Pope il. 1: 279 first of men, but not a match for gods, Pope il. 2: 245 to the gods refigned, to reason yield, Pope I : 46 absent, was Achilles still,

Pope il. 2: 277 his coursers of immortal breed, Pope il. 2: 105

Achilles

Tick. 174

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Achilles, like wind in fpeed,

Pope il. 2: 105
and Myrmidons thrice go round Patroclus, ib. 289
facrifices animals and men to Patroclus, Pope il. 2: 296
makes libations to the winds,

Pope il. 2: 297
to Paroclus, Pope il. 2: 298
gathers Patroclus' bones into an urn, Pope il. 2 : 299
comforted by Thetis on his death, Pope il. 2: 174
so thall fall,

Pope il. 2: 174
shield of, described,

Pope il. 2: 187, feq.
finithed wrath, the Greeks accept Pope il. 2: 197
terrour of the plain,

Pope il. 2: 215
long lost to battle, thone in arms, Pope il. 2: 215
puts on his armour,

Pope il. 2 : 208
spear of, an ath entire,

Pope il. 2 : 209
stood, all grim with duit,

Pope il. 2 : 232
drags the body of Hector,

Pope il. 2: 279
fear the just Gods,

Cong: 36
. relents at the prayer of Priam, Popeil. 2: 348
grants Priam a truce of twelve days, Pope il. 2: 354
and Cygnus, fight of,

Dry. 4: 79
impatient, rath, inexorable, proud, Rosc. 264
feel-proof,
for his wench, like tall-boy, wept,

Prior 2 : 47
Achitophel, character of,

Dry. 1: 130, seq.
ftirs up Absalom to rebel,

Dry. I: 133
Achoreus, with gentleít manners fraught,

told how much Egypt to Pompey was indebted, ib.350
Acis and Galatea,

Gay 1 : 300
Polyphemus and Galatea,

Dry. 4: 124
Acoetes, tutor to Pallas,

Dry. 7: 3,5

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Duke 155 Acontius to Cydippe,

Cow. 1: 75 Acquaintance not many but choice, invaders of our time,

Cow..2 : 294 Acres unnumbered, arable, and green,

.4: 172 Acronycal rising, what,

Dry: 5: 271
Acrostic land, a province in,

Dry. 2: 116
Aétaeon transformed,
Action, success gives it all its comeliness,
causes and beginning of,

Pope od. 3: 21 intrigue of,

Popeod. 3 : 22, seq. unraveling of,

Pope od. 3 : 26 time of,

Pope

od.

3 : 27 of the epic, to be single,

Pope od, 3 : 3 --- to traverse, Actions not always shew the man,

Pope 2 : 99 generous meet a base reward,

Parn. 83 from a brute necesity cannot be wise,

Black. 163

Buil. 1:11 Aets, things reduced to,

Milt. 2 : 12 Adam, offspring of heaven and earth, and Eve, character of,

Milt. I : 110, seq. encompaslèd by the beasts,

Milt. I : 112 and Eve daily labour of,

Milt. 1 : 146 relates his creation, had speech and reason, first seep of, dream of,

Milt. I: 240, seq. · scarce tasting life, was of joy bereaved, Prior 2 : 177 bewailing still his hapless choice,

Prior 2: 178

Prior 2: 178 younger son, first fruit of death,

Mil. 2 : 36 -, Won to eat forbidden fruit;

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Milt. 2: 95
Milt. 2: 51, 52

Milt. 2 : 97
Milt. 2 : 37
Milt. 2 : 39
Prior 2: 146
Milt. 3 : 38

Adam, fondness for Eve,

reason of, disturbed,
fin of, affects all nature,
and Eve, mutual reproaches of,
charges Eve with his guilt,
gave names from natures of things,
and Eve covered with skins,
regret on leaving paradise,
doomed,
submissive to his doom,
and Eve burn in luft,
cover their nakedness,

's ale, pure elementos
Adder, wisdom of,
Adderbury, on lying in Rochester's bed there, Pope I : 358
Addison, prologue to Tender Husband,

Add. 216
epilogue to British Enchanters,
St. Cecilia,

31, 219
an ode,

222, 225 an hymn,

223, 207 paraphrase, Psalm 23d,

229 the play-house,

230 on Lady Manchefter,

234 Cato, a tragedy,

251 verses to, on his Catog

237, feq.
Campaign,

51
to Kneller,
prologue to Phaedra,

215
translation of Cowley's epitaph,

68 English poets,

34 Addison

218

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Addifon to Burnet,

tranilation from Horace,
letter to Halifax,
essay on Georgics,
fourth Georgic,

17 translations from Ovid,

105 Latin poems of,

69 on peace restored,

72 description of Barometer,

78 battle of Pygmies and Cranes,

81 refurrection,

86 bowling-green,

92 to Dr. Hannes,

93 puppet-thew,

95 to his Majesty,

9 to Somers, to Montague, to Dryden,

5 Milton imitated, no whiter page remains than his,

Pope 2 : 225 from the taste obscene reclaims our youth, Pope 27: 225 sets the passions on the side of truth,

Pope 2 : 225 pours each human virtue in the heart, Pop 2 : 225 on death of, gone for ever, take this long adieu, Tick. 188 turn from ill, a frail and feeble heart, a candid censor and a friend severe, verses to, Ardenna's groves shall boast,

Som. 176 letter on his death,

Young 1: 239 В

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Tick. 187

Tick. 189 Tick. 190 Som. 174

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